10 comments on “Chris Remo, 10th of October, 2013

  1. Periwinkle says:

    You lasted about 12 times longer than I did on my first visit to the Temple. You’re quite correct about it being completely bonkers, though. In about a month, come back,

    I’m just amazed that you spotted the “Mario Block” as something unusual, and that you got past it. Usually, you need about 8 squares of clearance to trigger one before dodging out of the way.

  2. Odward Frenry says:

    That is a really impressive first time in the temple. Especially with how long you successfully use the sceptre. And, as Periwinkle said, how you didn’t get crushed by that block.

    There are a few things in the game that aren’t available in the daily challenges, such as the gambling parlor in the black market, level-specific unlockable characters, and the tunnel man, which is why you didn’t see him.

  3. Ben Wilson says:

    “Oh.” – Last words of Chris Remo.

  4. Hypocee says:

    Yup, the spider nest (“My skin is crawling!”) is what’s known in rogue*s as a “level feeling” – an extra factor that occasionally gets bolted onto the top of the level generator. Rushing water, snake pit, and so on are also level feelings.

    You had the Climbing Glove and could have scampered up the walls to the Mothership in a couple of ways.

  5. This was my first viewing of any Spelunky gameplay, The “Oh” at the end was hilarious, sorry Chris!

  6. Anonymous says:

    The shotgun in the ground was actually under a gravestone that said ‘Ash’ so presumably if you didn’t have the glasses you could always find a shotgun under that grave.

  7. Baz says:

    You can use the cape to float down on spikes without injury. Could have saved a bomb saving the dog at 18:00

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